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Hazardous Waste Days Happen Soon

Charlottesville and Albemarle residents can dispose of old paint cans, motor oil, herbicides and pesticides Friday and Saturday.

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Public Can Weigh In On Crowded Schools

A panel that's exploring redistricting options for Greer Elementary and Albemarle High will hear from the public at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

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Lane Closures This Week At 29/Rio

There will nightly lane closures this week involving the Rio Road at 29 North intersection.

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48 Hours Features Graham Case

CBS airs a "48 Hours" report on last year's disappearance of Hannah Graham, and the discovery of her remains.

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Police Investigate Reported Sexual Assault

UVA Police say the Office of the Dean of Students got a recent report of a woman being sexually assaulted at an unidentified fraternity house.


Harry Reid Speaks At UVA

Retiring U.S. Senator Harry Reid (D-Nevada) was the first featured speaker for UVA's Joseph Smith Lecture on Religious Liberty.

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Police, Citizens Try To Improve Relations

Charlottesville Police and city residents hold another session aimed at fostering better relations.

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Unattended Fire Damages Apartment

An unattended kitchen fire damages an apartment on Rio Hill Drive.

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Arrest In Community Bikes Burglaries

18-year-old Anthony Anthony Teaize Spencer is charged with a break-in at the Charlottesville non-profit.

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Two Charged In Cavalier Crossing Shooting

Two Louisa County men face charges following a Thursday shooting on Wahoo Way.

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Supervisor Hopefuls Appear At Forum

The hopefuls in this year's Albemarle Board of Supervisors races appeared at a Thursday night candidates forum.

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Pioneer Of School Integration Has Died

One of the Charlottesville 12 passed away earlier this month in New Jersey.

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Funeral For Dr. John Jane

Many area residents paused Thursday to honor Dr. John Jane.

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State Hands Out $$ For Extended Year

Several Charlottesville schools will get additional state dollars for extended school year programs.

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County Expands Growth Area At I-64 – 29S

A smaller amount of land currently zoned rural has now been designated as light industrial at I-64 and 29 South.

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Johnson Arrest Report Released

The document was released after the agents involved gave their consent.

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ABC Panel Report Released

The panel appointed to look at ABC procedures after the arrest of Martese Johnson came out well ahead of schedule.

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Nelson Woman Dies From Crash Injuries

Albemarle Police say a Nelson County woman has died from injuries in a September 8th crash.

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Dominion Improves Website Outage Map

Dominion Power has a new outage map feature on its website.

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CAAR Endorses Galvin, Bellamy, Signer

The Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors has endorsed the three Democrats in the City Council race.

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